THE PHOENIX TROTTING PARK near Interstate 10 and Loop 303 in Goodyear is set to be demolished. View photo by Jordan Christopher
THE PHOENIX TROTTING PARK near Interstate 10 and Loop 303 in Goodyear is set to be demolished. View photo by Jordan Christopher
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Phoenix Trotting Park set to be razed Owners of the iconic Phoenix Trotting Park plan to demolish the Goodyear landmark by the end of the year, according to public records obtained by the West Valley View. Work on demolishing the grandstand structure that has stood abandoned for more than 50... + continue reading
JOSEPH PEREZ, left, of Buckeye hands off to Jaiden Segundo during a home game last season. Perez and Segundo are two of the 50 Hawks football players who will be traveling to Hawaii for a football game this August. View photo by Michael Rincon
JOSEPH PEREZ, left, of Buckeye hands off to Jaiden Segundo during a home game last season. Perez and Segundo are two of the 50 Hawks football players who will be traveling to Hawaii for a football game this August. View photo by Michael Rincon
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Hawks’ players to get educational experience in addition to game Buckeye's football team will be saying aloha to Hawaii this August. The Hawks are playing a zero week football game in Honolulu in a chance of a lifetime opportunity. “We were just looking to do something that's... + continue reading
TOLLESON UNION HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Martin Ubaldo, left, and Kristian Villanar brave the heat as they run with city of Tolleson employee Richard Tso May 4 along Van Buren Street during the Law Enforcement Torch Run. More than 50 law enforcement and special Olympians from local schools participated in the run. To see all photos from this shoot, go to www.westvalleyview.com/pictures. View photo by Jordan Christopher
TOLLESON UNION HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Martin Ubaldo, left, and Kristian Villanar brave the heat as they run with city of Tolleson employee Richard Tso May 4 along Van Buren Street during the Law Enforcement Torch Run. More than 50 law enforcement and special Olympians from local schools participated in the run. To see all photos from this shoot, go to www.westvalleyview.com/pictures. View photo by Jordan Christopher
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Students with disabilities join Tolleson officials in annual run to support Special Olympics Arizona Tolleson Union High School student Andres Rico had one goal in mind for the Special Olympics. To win. First, he and about 100 people from Tolleson ran through the city streets in support of... + continue reading
ENGLISH TEACHER NATASHA WHITE discusses Julius Caesar with her students for their acting assignment May 1 at University High School in Tolleson. University High School was the 21st ranked high school in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. View photo Chris Caraveo
ENGLISH TEACHER NATASHA WHITE discusses Julius Caesar with her students for their acting assignment May 1 at University High School in Tolleson. University High School was the 21st ranked high school in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. View photo Chris Caraveo
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University High School ranked No. 21 in nation While BASIS schools dominate a national ranking of best high schools, one campus in Tolleson continues to produce quality students. And they are from within the community. The U.S. News & World Report released its rankings of the best high... + continue reading
MILLENNIUM High School students Tyler Izzo, left, and Michael Simonetti rehearse their roles for the school’s upcoming production of The Laramie Project. To see all photos from this shoot, go to www.westvalleyview.com/pictures. View photo by Jordan Christopher
MILLENNIUM High School students Tyler Izzo, left, and Michael Simonetti rehearse their roles for the school’s upcoming production of The Laramie Project. To see all photos from this shoot, go to www.westvalleyview.com/pictures. View photo by Jordan Christopher
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Play about murder of young gay man to be presented at Millennium High School A West Valley high school theater group is learning about an incident from recent history as they stage a play about the reaction to the murder of a young gay man. The Laramie Project, a story set after the murder of... + continue reading
THE PHOENIX TROTTING PARK near Interstate 10 and Loop 303 in Goodyear is set to be demolished. View photo by Jordan Christopher
THE PHOENIX TROTTING PARK near Interstate 10 and Loop 303 in Goodyear is set to be demolished. View photo by Jordan Christopher
JOSEPH PEREZ, left, of Buckeye hands off to Jaiden Segundo during a home game last season. Perez and Segundo are two of the 50 Hawks football players who will be traveling to Hawaii for a football game this August. View photo by Michael Rincon
JOSEPH PEREZ, left, of Buckeye hands off to Jaiden Segundo during a home game last season. Perez and Segundo are two of the 50 Hawks football players who will be traveling to Hawaii for a football game this August. View photo by Michael Rincon
TOLLESON UNION HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Martin Ubaldo, left, and Kristian Villanar brave the heat as they run with city of Tolleson employee Richard Tso May 4 along Van Buren Street during the Law Enforcement Torch Run. More than 50 law enforcement and special Olympians from local schools participated in the run. To see all photos from this shoot, go to www.westvalleyview.com/pictures. View photo by Jordan Christopher
TOLLESON UNION HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Martin Ubaldo, left, and Kristian Villanar brave the heat as they run with city of Tolleson employee Richard Tso May 4 along Van Buren Street during the Law Enforcement Torch Run. More than 50 law enforcement and special Olympians from local schools participated in the run. To see all photos from this shoot, go to www.westvalleyview.com/pictures. View photo by Jordan Christopher
ENGLISH TEACHER NATASHA WHITE discusses Julius Caesar with her students for their acting assignment May 1 at University High School in Tolleson. University High School was the 21st ranked high school in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. View photo Chris Caraveo
ENGLISH TEACHER NATASHA WHITE discusses Julius Caesar with her students for their acting assignment May 1 at University High School in Tolleson. University High School was the 21st ranked high school in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. View photo Chris Caraveo
MILLENNIUM High School students Tyler Izzo, left, and Michael Simonetti rehearse their roles for the school’s upcoming production of The Laramie Project. To see all photos from this shoot, go to www.westvalleyview.com/pictures. View photo by Jordan Christopher
MILLENNIUM High School students Tyler Izzo, left, and Michael Simonetti rehearse their roles for the school’s upcoming production of The Laramie Project. To see all photos from this shoot, go to www.westvalleyview.com/pictures. View photo by Jordan Christopher

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MCSO detectives are investigating a head-on collision in which two people are in life-threatening condition, according to a spokesperson. The accident occurred near Indian School Road and the Agua... + continue reading

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JACOB JEFFERSON of Buckeye goes up over Flagstaff’s Christian Singleton during the 4A state playoffs in February. Jefferson will continue his basketball career at Chadron State College in Chadron, Neb., after receiving a full-ride scholarship.  View photo by Ray Thomas
JACOB JEFFERSON of Buckeye goes up over Flagstaff’s Christian Singleton during the 4A state playoffs in February. Jefferson will continue his basketball career at Chadron State College in Chadron, Neb., after receiving a full-ride scholarship. View photo by Ray Thomas
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Jacob Jefferson was a force for three years of varsity boys basketball at Buckeye. Now, he’ll use his skills to help Chadron State College in Chadron, Neb. Jefferson, a 6-7 power forward who... + continue reading
SCOTT FALLERS of Westview catches a pass against Millennium last season. Fallers is in line to be the Knights’ quarterback this year after three-year starter Ryan Martinez graduates.  View photo by Ray Thomas
SCOTT FALLERS of Westview catches a pass against Millennium last season. Fallers is in line to be the Knights’ quarterback this year after three-year starter Ryan Martinez graduates. View photo by Ray Thomas
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DANTE BLISSIT of Desert Edge spins around before hurling the discus at the 2016 Division II state track and field championships. Blissit took second in the discus at this year’s state meet, throwing it 184 feet, 5 inches.  View photo by Ray Thomas
DANTE BLISSIT of Desert Edge spins around before hurling the discus at the 2016 Division II state track and field championships. Blissit took second in the discus at this year’s state meet, throwing it 184 feet, 5 inches. View photo by Ray Thomas
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Joseph Isaac Byron Joseph Isaac Byron, 81, of Avondale died May 6, 2017, in Litchfield Park. Mr. Brown was born March 22, 1936, in Manhattan, N.Y., to Louis and Sophie Byron. He graduated from the... + continue reading
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